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Few RIL retail arms still making losses

Reliance Fresh, which runs convenience stores, posted a loss of Rs 54.78 crore in FY13 as against Rs 273.8 crore in FY12

K Raghavendra Kamath  |  Mumbai 

Mukesh Ambani’s Retail has achieved a cash with earnings before depreciation, interest and tax (EBDIT) of Rs 78 crore in financial year 2013, but 27 of its have a combined loss of Rs 271 crore at the net level (profit after tax) in FY13, according to Industries Ltd’s (RIL) 2012-13 annual report.

The retail venture of posted a jump of 42 per cent in revenues at Rs 10,800 crore for FY13 as compared to Rs 7,599 crore in FY12.



Losses at Brands, which has agreements with global brands such as Diesel, widened from Rs 18.7 crore in FY12 to Rs 23.45 crore in FY13. Fresh, which runs convenience stores, posted a loss of Rs 54.78 crore in FY13 as against Rs 273.8 crore in FY12.

Dairy Foods, Food Processing Solutions made losses of Rs 23.24 crore and Rs 62.82 crore, respectively. However, digital Retail posted a profit of Rs 0.64 crore in FY13 as compared to a loss of Rs 55.1 crore in the last financial year.

said digital would be one of the growth verticals for the company and it would launch Digital and Digital Express stores in tier I and II cities.

In the last financial year, the company opened 46 digital stores.

According to annual report, its value formats and others grew at compounded annual growth rate of 19 per cent, digital at 76 per cent, fashion and lifestyle at 45 per cent, jewellery at 57 per cent and Brands at 82 per cent.During the last financial year, the company added 184 stores across format sectors and now operates a total of 1,466 stores spanning 129 cities across India covering an area of over 9 million square feet.

The retail business witnessed same store sales growth ranging from 7 per cent to 18 per cent across various format sectors over last year, it said.Same store sales growth refers to growth coming from stores which are in the business for a year of more.

Private label sales represented 9 per cent of revenues for value formats, it said.

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Few RIL retail arms still making losses

Reliance Fresh, which runs convenience stores, posted a loss of Rs 54.78 crore in FY13 as against Rs 273.8 crore in FY12

Reliance Fresh, which runs convenience stores, posted a loss of Rs 54.78 crore in FY13 as against Rs 273.8 crore in FY12 Mukesh Ambani’s Retail has achieved a cash with earnings before depreciation, interest and tax (EBDIT) of Rs 78 crore in financial year 2013, but 27 of its have a combined loss of Rs 271 crore at the net level (profit after tax) in FY13, according to Industries Ltd’s (RIL) 2012-13 annual report.

The retail venture of posted a jump of 42 per cent in revenues at Rs 10,800 crore for FY13 as compared to Rs 7,599 crore in FY12.

Losses at Brands, which has agreements with global brands such as Diesel, widened from Rs 18.7 crore in FY12 to Rs 23.45 crore in FY13. Fresh, which runs convenience stores, posted a loss of Rs 54.78 crore in FY13 as against Rs 273.8 crore in FY12.

Dairy Foods, Food Processing Solutions made losses of Rs 23.24 crore and Rs 62.82 crore, respectively. However, digital Retail posted a profit of Rs 0.64 crore in FY13 as compared to a loss of Rs 55.1 crore in the last financial year.

said digital would be one of the growth verticals for the company and it would launch Digital and Digital Express stores in tier I and II cities.

In the last financial year, the company opened 46 digital stores.

According to annual report, its value formats and others grew at compounded annual growth rate of 19 per cent, digital at 76 per cent, fashion and lifestyle at 45 per cent, jewellery at 57 per cent and Brands at 82 per cent.During the last financial year, the company added 184 stores across format sectors and now operates a total of 1,466 stores spanning 129 cities across India covering an area of over 9 million square feet.

The retail business witnessed same store sales growth ranging from 7 per cent to 18 per cent across various format sectors over last year, it said.Same store sales growth refers to growth coming from stores which are in the business for a year of more.

Private label sales represented 9 per cent of revenues for value formats, it said.
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Few RIL retail arms still making losses

Reliance Fresh, which runs convenience stores, posted a loss of Rs 54.78 crore in FY13 as against Rs 273.8 crore in FY12

Mukesh Ambani’s Retail has achieved a cash with earnings before depreciation, interest and tax (EBDIT) of Rs 78 crore in financial year 2013, but 27 of its have a combined loss of Rs 271 crore at the net level (profit after tax) in FY13, according to Industries Ltd’s (RIL) 2012-13 annual report.

The retail venture of posted a jump of 42 per cent in revenues at Rs 10,800 crore for FY13 as compared to Rs 7,599 crore in FY12.

Losses at Brands, which has agreements with global brands such as Diesel, widened from Rs 18.7 crore in FY12 to Rs 23.45 crore in FY13. Fresh, which runs convenience stores, posted a loss of Rs 54.78 crore in FY13 as against Rs 273.8 crore in FY12.

Dairy Foods, Food Processing Solutions made losses of Rs 23.24 crore and Rs 62.82 crore, respectively. However, digital Retail posted a profit of Rs 0.64 crore in FY13 as compared to a loss of Rs 55.1 crore in the last financial year.

said digital would be one of the growth verticals for the company and it would launch Digital and Digital Express stores in tier I and II cities.

In the last financial year, the company opened 46 digital stores.

According to annual report, its value formats and others grew at compounded annual growth rate of 19 per cent, digital at 76 per cent, fashion and lifestyle at 45 per cent, jewellery at 57 per cent and Brands at 82 per cent.During the last financial year, the company added 184 stores across format sectors and now operates a total of 1,466 stores spanning 129 cities across India covering an area of over 9 million square feet.

The retail business witnessed same store sales growth ranging from 7 per cent to 18 per cent across various format sectors over last year, it said.Same store sales growth refers to growth coming from stores which are in the business for a year of more.

Private label sales represented 9 per cent of revenues for value formats, it said.

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